Not sure on what an electric vehicle charging point is ?  Let us help you understand !!!!  

 
Quiet simply an electric vehicle charging point is a specifically designed unit to charge electric vehicles safely.  
You may ask yourself WHY do I need one ? A great question asked by many people, they are specifically designed to control & protect the people using them & the vehicle itself.  
The electricity from an electric vehicle is different to your household & converting the electricity needs to be done in a controlled, safe manor. Charging points or also known as stations have been created to make it easier for everyone to charge their vehicles from home, at work, on the road & what will become electric charging garages (petrol garages). By having an electric charging point at work or home it enables you to keep your batteries charged on the vehicle, which will in turn make going out on the road no problem. Currently the mileage of electric vehicles is not where we would like it & having an Electric vehicle point at home or work makes your life much simpler. There are already alot of different brands to choose from & choosing the correct brand is the next best question to ask!!! 
 
 
 
 
What Brand should i get? 
 
Choosing the right charging point is key as every Person, Vehicle, Location & Brand are different. We have created a simple step by step guide that you can follow on how to choose the right charging point. In this blog we will show you everything you need to know for choosing the right charging point for you.  
 
On a recent survey we conducted most people's concerns were that charging points were ugly boxes on the front of lovely looking houses & that they did not want one because of this reason. At N.V.White Limited we try to accommodate all considerations that our clients have. We can go through all the options in detail & provide several options so that you can have the solution that best suits you.  
 
Many brands allow you to have your company logo on the charging unit, making your charging points unique so your employee's & visitors know which ones to use.  
 
 
 
 
 
 
We Can Help You Choose!  
 
 
Depending on what Electric vehicle you have will affect the charging models you can get. Currently the industry standard charging point outputs are 7.3Kw, 11Kw, 22Kw & higher options. When choosing what size charging point to have will depend on some KEY factors, which may alter what you can actually have. 
 
Firstly depending on the vehicle you want to charge, this is key as just because you have a 22Kw charging point on your wall doesn't necessarily mean your vehicle can charge at that power output. You need to see what the maximum charging rate for your vehicle is to then know what size charging point you can actually have. For example your vehicle may charge up to 22Kw & you have a 7.3Kw charging point installed. It will charge at a slower rate, so make sure you check your maximum vehicle charge rate!!! 
 
Secondly, depending on your supply in to your property/ building will affect what size charging point you can have installed. If the incoming electrical supply is not large enough to support a charging point then you will require a larger supply installing by the electricity supplier. 
 
 
 

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What is the cost ? 
As you can imagine the cost of electric charging points are not what you would call cheap YET! And not any old electrician can install one, so be sure to have a qualified installer of Electric vehicle charging points. On our step by step blog post you can find the website link to checking the approved installers list to make it easier for you to find the right person.  
The government currently has a grant scheme for home & workplace charging, where you can SAVE money on the installation of an electric vehicle charging point. N.V.White Limited are proud to be apart of this & We Are Approved Installers so we can save you money!! 
 
Not only can we save YOU money but we can ensure you apply for the grant scheme, the incoming electrical supply is large enough & provide you with the most important thing which is peace of mind. At N.V.White Limited we take the boring onus jobs off our clients hands so they have time to do other things, let the experts help you.  
 
What will you need to do? 
 
With a simple 15 minute meeting, either in person or via online/ telephone we will go through some simple questions to determine that you qualify for the scheme requirements. Once we have the necessary information, we will take care of the rest for you.  
 
With the Scheme you can save up to £350 per charging point.  
 
For a FREE quotation today contact us below! 
 
 
 
 
 
What Brand should i get? 
 
Choosing the right charging point is key as every Person, Vehicle, Location & Brand are different. We have created a simple step by step guide that you can follow on how to choose the right charging point. In this blog we will show you everything you need to know for choosing the right charging point for you.  
 
On a recent survey we conducted most people's concerns were that charging points were ugly boxes on the front of lovely looking houses & that they did not want one because of this reason. At N.V.White Limited we try to accommodate all considerations that our clients have. We can go through all the options in detail & provide several options so that you can have the solution that best suits you.  
 
Many brands allow you to have your company logo on the charging unit, making your charging points unique so your employee's & visitors know which ones to use.  
 
 
 
 
 
 
We Can Help You Choose!  
 
 
Depending on what Electric vehicle you have will affect the charging models you can get. Currently the industry standard charging point outputs are 7.3Kw, 11Kw, 22Kw & higher options. When choosing what size charging point to have will depend on some KEY factors, which may alter what you can actually have. 
 
Firstly depending on the vehicle you want to charge, this is key as just because you have a 22Kw charging point on your wall doesn't necessarily mean your vehicle can charge at that power output. You need to see what the maximum charging rate for your vehicle is to then know what size charging point you can actually have. For example your vehicle may charge up to 22Kw & you have a 7.3Kw charging point installed. It will charge at a slower rate, so make sure you check your maximum vehicle charge rate!!! 
 
Secondly, depending on your supply in to your property/ building will affect what size charging point you can have installed. If the incoming electrical supply is not large enough to support a charging point then you will require a larger supply installing by the electricity supplier. 
 
 
 
 
What is the cost ? 
As you can imagine the cost of electric charging points are not what you would call cheap YET! And not any old electrician can install one, so be sure to have a qualified installer of Electric vehicle charging points. On our step by step blog post you can find the website link to checking the approved installers list to make it easier for you to find the right person.  
The government currently has a grant scheme for home & workplace charging, where you can SAVE money on the installation of an electric vehicle charging point. N.V.White Limited are proud to be apart of this & We Are Approved Installers so we can save you money!! 
 
Not only can we save YOU money but we can ensure you apply for the grant scheme, the incoming electrical supply is large enough & provide you with the most important thing which is peace of mind. At N.V.White Limited we take the boring onus jobs off our clients hands so they have time to do other things, let the experts help you.  
 
What will you need to do? 
 
With a simple 15 minute meeting, either in person or via online/ telephone we will go through some simple questions to determine that you qualify for the scheme requirements. Once we have the necessary information, we will take care of the rest for you.  
 
With the Scheme you can save up to £350 per charging point.  
 
For a FREE quotation today contact us below! 
 
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